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2016 Centennial Year

Celebrating 100 Years of the NPS

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Inspiring Journeys

A Campaign for Jenny Lake

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Protecting Wildlife

through research & conservation

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Introducing Youth

to wilderness experiences

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Enabling New Ways to Explore The Park

DiscoverGrandTeton.org

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Who We Are

We Directly Support Grand Teton National Park

We are a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to fund projects that enhance Grand Teton National Park’s cultural, historic, and natural resources and to help others learn about and protect all that is special in the park.

By funding initiatives that go beyond what the National Park Service could accomplish on its own, the Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and projects that help better connect visitors to the park, creating a stable future for Grand Teton and the experiences of those who visit.

What We Do

Give a Gift That Costs Nothing During Your Lifetime

Remember the Foundation in your will or with one of our many estate planning options, and you’ll support park improvements and programming for upcoming generations. Learn how easy planning for the future can be.

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Adventure Journal: Rolling Through April on the Teton Park Road

    Thursday, April 28th, 2016

    April is a quiet time of year in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. The perfect fix for the off-season blues can be found in Grand Teton—the Teton Park Road gets plowed at the end of March and does not open to vehicle traffic until May 1st. This mecca for all things non-motorized is possibly the most popular activity in the Jackson Hole valley during the month of April.

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  • Wildlife Whereabouts: Migration, incubation, and more!

    Thursday, April 28th, 2016

    Spring provides wildlife with vital energy resources to help them regain strength after winter in Grand Teton National Park. Learn more in our latest edition of Wildlife Whereabouts!

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  • Celebrating the Centennial: National Geographic Features the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

    Thursday, April 28th, 2016

    To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, National Geographic launched a year-long exploration of the power of national parks. This month’s edition of the famous magazine is focused solely on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Author David Quammen wrote the entire issue and discusses a number of topics including wildlife protection and management, […]

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